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Humphry Slocombe Again Partners with Domaine Carneros

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“Rosé All Day” Sorbet Back by Popular Demand, Just in Time for the Warm Weather

(San Francisco, Calif.) May 25, 2021 — Back by popular demand, and just in time for National Rosé Day on June 12th, San Francisco’s Humphry Slocombe, the small-batch ice cream brand synonymous with inventive, ingredient-driven flavors, has once again partnered with the Napa Valley’s first name in top quality sparkling wine, Domaine Carneros, to create a “Rosé All Day” sorbet. Sweet, tart, and refreshingly (lightly) alcoholic, “Rosé All Day” sorbet is delicately infused with Domaine Carneros Brut Rosé. Given the national movement toward dairy-free alternatives, this version is on trend, as it contains no dairy. It’s a bright, balanced, and sophisticated treat that will surely be your delightful “go-to” this summer (if you don’t enjoy it all in one sitting, that is!) 

Humphry Slocombe Co-Founder and Chef Jake Godby says, “pink bubbles make everything better, and ‘Rosé All Day’ is like summer in a cup or cone.” Domaine Carneros’s CEO Remi Cohen, commented, “Leave it to the maestros at Humphry Slocombe to capture the essence of our Sparkling Rosé in a sorbet! Our Rosé fans are going to love this surprising interpretation.”

Available June 1st at Humphry Slocombe’s Mission District and other locations by the scoop ($4.95) or pint ($9.99) and via Gold Belly in a 4 pack for $79 including tax and shipping, “Rosé All Day” will stay on the menu until June 27th (while supplies last). Fans nationwide can get their hands on “Rosé All Day” (officially available June 1st, but available for pre-order now) via goldbelly.com/humphry-slocombe. It’s the perfect complement to backyard cookouts, afternoons at the pool or beach, bridal showers or anywhere you want to have #RoséAllDay this summer.

About Humphry Slocombe:

Known for its unique and creative flavors, Humphry Slocombe has established itself as a pioneering ice cream destination that sources local fruits, veggies, spices and booze for its one-of-a-kind inventions. Co-Founders Jake Godby (Chef) and Sean Vahey (Food & Beverage Manager) relied on their extensive culinary backgrounds to create never before seen, or tasted, flavors when they opened Humphry Slocombe in San Francisco in 2008. Recently named one of San Francisco’s “Most Delicious Instagram Accounts” by 7X7 Magazine, Humphry Slocombe has been featured in The New York Times Magazine and Bon Appetit, along with several television appearances, such as the Food Network’s “Top 5 Ice Creams in America.”

About Domaine Carneros:

Founded in 1987 by Champagne leader Claude Taittinger, and helmed by CEO and Remi Cohen, Domaine Carneros produces notable sparkling wine and Pinot Noir from California’s Carneros appellation from six estate vineyards totaling close to 400 acres. The Domaine Carneros Château and Terrace are open to visitors for  tastings from 10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. by appointment daily. For more information, please call 800.716.2788 or visit www.domainecarneros.com.

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